The unilateral embargo promoted by the United States against North Korea has forced the nation to look for funding sources in order to survive, and cryptocurrencies provide a powerful tool to achieve this purpose since they are not controlled by rival governments of financial organizations

A leaked draft of a report by the UNs’s Security Council, obtained by Nikkei Asian Review, claims that a panel of cybersecurity experts informed the council that according to their research, Pyongyang has accumulated about $670 million in crypto and traditional fiat currency.

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